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How a Long-dead Russian Artist Is Influencing Cultural Preservation Efforts in Ukraine
Nicholas Roerich was a renowned painter, architect, and writer whose namesake pact called on countries to protect works of art and sites of cultural heritage during wartime.
Working Remotely, Ukrainian Designers Get a Lifeline From U.S. Firms
Two new programs—Support by Design and Hireukrainiandesigners.org—join forces to help provide remote jobs for designers in war-torn Ukraine.
Ukraine is Top of Mind at the Venice Art Biennale
Piazza Ucraina, a showcase for Ukraininan artists, is among many installations shedding light on Russia's brutality during the arts festival.
An Architectural Makeover Profoundly Transforms New York’s Jewish Theological Seminary
Tod Williams Billie Tsien Architects infuse the campus with space, light, and texture, and create a needed sense of openness and community.
Playing Lost and Found in Es Devlin’s Ecological Labyrinth
The prolific designer creates an immersive installation for Miami Art Basel that promotes a more symbiotic relationship with the natural world.
With an appropriately transparent facade, the Newseum aims to enliven stodgy Pennsylvania Avenue and celebrate our right to free speech.